T6H5308N C068


T6H5308N C0688802 Private (See Notes) G.M.C. T6H5308N19742004RETIRED"Super V" gearing pkg. for hillclimbing. Victoria named Zimbarbwe for 1994 Commonwealth Games ;98/06*:VICT(STORED);99/7: LB reports back in service after 14 months in store. BTW, 802 is the easiest bus in the fleet to spot; though the bottom of the bus has been painted at least twice in current colors, it still sports its original roof paint (darker than the current white used) and old style squarish number adjacent to the standee windows instead of centred above the door/drivers window.; LB:802 plated but not in use since October (01/01);02/02: deplated ex 1782DG; 08/06:Was in Prince Rupert area last week on holidays and came across 2 former Victoria BC Transit fishbowls. They are parked at the FarWest Coach Lines depot downtown, and I asked one of the drivers (he was parking a Prevost) – they are apparently used to ferry cruise ship passengers around town. They are painted dark blue and white, and both have advertisements on the sides and rear, and have current license plates, so they are definitely “active”. They are #802 (faded “Spirit of Zimbabwe” on windshield), and #864 (looks like faded “Spirit of Zambia” on windshield){BS} (MT);

UPF: 5588


8802 BC Transit (BC) Victoria ACTIVE
8802 BC Transit (BC) Victoria to Private (See Notes), #8802 2004
8802 Private (See Notes) to Retired 2004

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